Curious George Learns to Count from 1 to 100
H. A. Rey
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With the help of his friend, the man with the yellow hat, George learns to count from 1 to 100, making his usual monkey mischief along the way. Young minds (and little fingers) will find all kinds of wonderful things to count as they turn each colorful page.
In this large format, paper-over-board book each page features familiar objects for children to count. From home (toys, shoes, plates) to the park (bugs, sticks, clouds) to school (paste, crayons, books) George finds many different things to count. A perfect book for celebrating counting, numbers and the 100th day of school.
right. There were plenty of things to count in her classroom! While George's friend talked to the teacher... George counted 43 sparkly beads, 44 jars of paste, and 45 crayons. On the table 46 colorful feathers were laid out. George was curious—what were they for? Betsy's classmates were making hats and decorations for the Centennial Celebration. George wanted to make decorations, too. In fact, he turned himself into a decoration! Then George's new friends cleaned off 47 colored strips
himself to just a few.) Uh-oh Then George went to help his neighbor, Mrs. Needleman. "Hello, George!" she called from her flower cart. "Your friend told me you are trying to count to one hundred. Can you count my flowers for me? I've sold a lot today, but I think I have close to one hundred left." Mrs. Needleman was right! George counted 92 flowers still in her cart. Then Mrs. Needleman had an idea... "George," she asked, "can you help me count the money I made today?" The Centennial
George," she said, then gave him a flower to thank him for his help. "Good luck, George!" Some kids were playing sidewalk games. And Betsy was with them! "You've been counting all day, George," she said. "You must be almost to one hundred. Keep going!" George counted 98 marbles. and 99 jacks. He was so close to one hundred! He only needed one more thing to count—but what would it be? And then George knew just what to do. Just one more, George! Go George! George ran and ran. He ran 100
gathered 30 acorns. He found 31 snails and arranged 32 sticks to create a design. Next time you're outside, see what you can collect to make your own nature art. How many designs can you make? Then George smelled the daisies—and he picked 33! Today's the day! 100 years! In his front yard George counted 34 noisy birds and 35 leaves blowing in the air. There was something else in the air—a gust of wind scattered 36 letters with colorful stamps! George counted as he helped pick them up.
"It's time to go to the Centennial Celebration, George," his friend said. "Do you remember how to walk to town? You can lead the way." George's house George, curious as ever, took the long way from his house to town! As he walked, he counted 37 houses, 38 chimneys and 39 trees. Can you follow George's path through his neighborhood? Can you find a shorter way from George's house to town? How many buildings do you see that are not houses? Welcome to the sky, George! In town, George and